Holiday Cleaning Hacks

Dated: November 22 2019

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The holiday entertaining season gets underway in November. That means it’s time for some major panic cleaning! 

If you don’t have maid service, time or money to spend on cleaning, these quick,   home cleaning hacks  from LifeHack may help you convince friends and family that you ARE a spic-and-span kind of person.  From lemons to baking soda, sea salt to cream of tartar, you can put a shine on things with items you probably have in your pantry right now.  For even more ideas, check out this video showing 20 simple home cleaning hacks, produced by 5-Minute Crafts.

With so much help, you’ll have lots more time to spend enjoying this special time of year.  Have an old house that just never seems really clean? Maybe it’s time for something new!  Vanguard Realty Associates can help you find a brand-spanking-new home that sparkles from top to bottom. Call us!

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Barbara Baldwin

Bill & Barbara Baldwin are licensed PA Real Estate Agents who work diligently with our buyers on the purchase of their new home. They will initially meet with the buyers to gain a full understanding o....

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